HOT ROD Drag Week 2011, The Whole Story
HOT ROD Drag Week is the event that takes street racers to five races at four drag strips in five days, and the cars are required to drive on the highway from track to track with no support vehicles. In 2011, Drag Week went 1,260 mile from Topeka, Kansas, to Great Bend, Kansas; Amarillo, Texas; Tulsa, Oklahoma; and back to Topeka. Look for other videos on the HOT ROD YouTube channel, and see the full story in the January and February 2012 issues of HOT ROD magazine.
Drag Week 2013: Unlimited Racer Dave Schroder on Day 1
Drag Week is the race where competitors must drive 1,200 miles on a road trip to five races in five days, and many of the cars can't survive. Dave Schroeder has a killer '66 Corvette Nitrous Unlimited-class car that had some issues that eventually led him to drop out of Drag Week 2013 after Day 2. Here his is on Day 1 describing those issues.
Hot Rod Corvette Hack - The Long Version
This is the video version of the Corvette Hack story that appeared in the Nov. '10 issue of Hot Rod magazine. You'll see the Hot Rod staff shred an '85 Corvette, cutting off parts until it was nearly a bare frame. The point? To see how much the car's performance improved as it dropped weight (into the Dumpster).
200 MPH RIDE ALONG - Larry Larson DRAG WEEK 2010
Ever wonder what it's like to hit over 200 MPH in the quarter mile? Thanks to the new HOT ROD Magazine ride-a-long program, you can now experience the excitement and pure violence of a 200 MPH run down the drag strip in a street legal car! In this video we ride a long with Larry Larson in his twin turbo '66 Nova. He would end up winning the 2010 Drag Week and not only join the 200 MPH club but also be the first to break into the sixes on the last run of the last night of compettition - 6.95 E.T. at 209 MPH! The video of that record breaking run is also on the Hot Rod YouTube channel and under the video tab at HOTROD.COM.